I visited Redwood National Park in 2019 Thanksgiving Break. The trip was scattered in lots of small parts so instead of a detailed account here as a photographic guide to my trip.
Yosemite was on my bucket list from a long time and I recently got a chance to visit it over the weekend. There was a lot of excitement for the trip as 4 of us were meeting after a long time plus we were making a trip to Yosemite!! We wanted to start our Mist Trail… Continue reading Weekend trip to Yosemite Valley
Yosemite has been on my list even before I came to the US and so was on one of my friends who was visiting from India. We decided to take a weekend trip to Yosemite, explore nearby areas and do Mist Trail Hike till Nevada Falls. Mist Trail is a total of 7 miles round… Continue reading Yosemite!! Hiking on The Mist Trail
17-mile drive as the name suggests is a 17 mile long stretch along the Pacific and is a real treat for the eyes. It is actually in a private property and you have to pay $10.50 to enter. As soon as you enter the costal part you will be mesmerized with the views. Blue skies, turquoise… Continue reading 17 Mile Drive! A treat for the eyes
Lake Tahoe is probably one of the most visited places from California and Nevada. It's a perfect place in winter for skiing and equally great to spend a weekend in summer. I have been to Lake Tahoe twice and it was equally great. Trees, Fresh air, Smell of pines, Crystal clear blue water, Watersports, Hot… Continue reading Heavenly Mountain, Fresh Water Beach: Lake Tahoe
No matter if I am living in the city or visiting one I always have an urge to explore the city in touristy fashion and so I decided to explore San Francisco the touristy way. Me and one of my friend decided to break the city tour in 2 parts. Day 1: Ferry Market Building… Continue reading A touristy weekend in San Fransisco
The best part of living in San Fransisco is that you never run out of places to go and it was Point Rayes Seashore this weekend. Point Rayes is around one and half hour drive from San Fransisco and is home to a lot of hiking trails, beaches, open grasslands, brushy hillsides, and forested ridges.… Continue reading Hiking at Tomales Point Trail